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Hands-On with Sight Words

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Students in Mrs. Csorny’s second grade class at Deauville Gardens East Elementary School enjoyed practicing sight words in an engaging center utilizing Play-Doh. They had the chance to squish, squash and mold their letter shapes.
 

Staff Recognized for Dedicated Service

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During Superintendent’s Conference Day on Sept. 3, the Copiague School District recognized 33 staff members for their dedicated years of service.
Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Todd Andrews announced each staff member and called them up to the podium one by one to receive their service award. Superintendent Dr. Kathleen Bannon presented a token of appreciation for their service to the students of Copiague.

The district congratulates the following staff members for their years of service to the district:

20 years:
Joseph Agosta
Jacqueline Angier
Dr. Kathleen Bannon
Michele Batista
Stephen Cooney
Marina DiSclafani
Jeffrey Engelhardt
Cheryl Feldman
Andrew Finamore
Julie Frazzitta
Maureen Gaertner
Karen Greco
Paul Harvey
Andre Hosza
Deborah Hughes
Maribel Ramirez
John Sack
Clara Sansspree
Roseann Trotta
Susan Weisenseel
Kathleen Williams
Walter Wojcik

25 years:
Maria Barrera
Rose Clark
Laura Guire
Lisa Korsch
Matthew Miles
Mary Ellen Ruppert
Tara Wilson

30 years:
James Konen
Stephen Rebholz
Nancy Schneider

40 years:
Rose Marie Bell

School’s in Session

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Copiague School District ushered in the start of the 2019-2020 school year on Sept. 4. With their backpacks filled to the brim, students spent the first day getting acquainted with their new teachers, rooms and classmates. Sixth and ninth graders tried out their lockers and schedules as they navigated their new respective buildings. Check out some photos from opening day…

Sizing Up the Solar System

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Fifth graders at Deauville Gardens East Elementary School have been learning about the solar system and how the earth, sun and moon revolve around each other. To illustrate their lesson, students worked in groups to create models out of clay to represent each of the units. After creating their scale models of each, the students had to represent how each of them rotated in the solar system. 


Electrifying Lessons at Deauville Gardens East

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Fourth graders in Mrs. Cranmer’s class at Deauville Gardens East Elementary School are learning the ins and outs of electricity. During a hands-on lesson, the students worked with circuits and tested different metal and non-metal objects to see which ones would conduct electricity.